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ExodusExodus : The Cabalistic Bible

Exodus: The Kabbalistic Bible (Kabbalistic Bible Series) (English and Hebrew Edition) [Yehuda Berg] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Most people know that Exodus, the second book of the Bible and the second of the Five Books of Moses. The Kabbalistic Bible: Exodus (Technology for the Soul) (English and Hebrew Edition) [Yehuda Berg] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Book by. Most people know that Exodus, the second book of the Bible and the second of the Five Books of Moses, tells the story of Moses leading the Israelites out of bondage. But what they don't know is the story behind Exodus, or how they can use this backstory to connect with a higher realm. Kabbalah teaches that the lesson of.

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Video - The Jewish Woman Jewish News Moshiach Jewish Kids Zone Kabbalah Online Israel - The Holy Land Tools & Resources. Ask the Rabbi Jewish Calendar Daily Torah Study Subscribe Search Glossary RSS. Quick Links. Jewish Holidays Jewish Wedding Shabbat Kosher Parshah. For example, the story of the Children of israel's exodus from Egypt is unique—it is the only Bible story that de- scribes the process of how one enters the spiritual world. in all the ancient scriptures, the Creator is described as a benevolent, giving entity. Kab- balah explains that entering the spiritual world means becoming.

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